Creative and fun ways to develop Visual memory in Kids
Visual memory is defined as the ability to remember the characteristics of a given object or form for immediate recall. Many studies have found that children with strong visual memories excel at school level and also at later stages in remembering and understanding things. The two main forms of memory; verbal and visual memory both play important role in overall development of a child’s personality but children with powerful visual memory are at an advantage. There are various methods that you can undertake to strengthen your child’s visual memory at an early age and make them learn better and faster.
An efficient visual memory can help a child to:
- memorize and identify various letters and symbols
- Read comprehensions
- Remember phone numbers
- Recall different patterns, shapes and designs
- Use calculators
- Develop non- verbal reasoning skills
- Have better drawing skills
Being adults, we also find it difficult to remember certain things and some activities listed here could help both you and your child to have a strong command in controlling your visual memory.
- Playing memory games is both fun and extremely beneficial in development of visual memory. Lay out different objects or pictures in front of your child and ask them to recall it after removing them.
- Give two to three different drawing patterns to kids and ask them to draw once each and then a specific one and check if they can differentiate and remember different patterns.
- Ask your kid to recall a specific sequence or pattern of objects, place the objects in different sequences and determine if they can recall the specific sequence.
- Rather than giving them verbal instructions for a specific task, try to provide them with written instructions and see if they can understand and remember the instructions.
- Inquire about their favorite cartoon character and ask them to describe about it giving details like shape, hair color, eyes patterns etc.
- Whenever going out or purchasing at a supermarket, make your kids remember the logos of different brands, their shape and color and ask them to describe it once you reach home and tell them to pick out the next time they accompany you to the supermarket.
- Make your kids learn the names of different vegetables by making them see and remember the color and shape of it.
These activities don’t require a great time investment and are fun for kids and parents both, so make it in your kid’s daily routine to undertake any of the above activities. You will definitely see a change in your kid’s memory and personality once they strengthen their visual memory. Don’t wait anymore then, go play some memory games with your kids, and watch out, may be in a few weeks you might be on other side of the table.
Author: Suhani Jain
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